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The experiences of sutureless levator plication by conjunctival route surgery are described in 80 primary operations performed for all grades of congenital ptosis in the past 2 years. The surgical steps, postoperative care and postoperative complications are reviewed.
The incidence of cross-reaction after subconjunctival cefuroxime following cataract surgery in penicillin allergy patients is not common and therefore cefuroxime with its better spectrum of action and lower toxicity is probably a better choice than gentamycin.
We compared the effectiveness of fixed conventional strabismus surgery (CSG) with a one-stage intraoperative adjustable suture technique in 88 patients undergoing strabismus surgery (ASG) either with fixed conventional (38) or intraoperative adjustable suture (50) technique. The mean correction...
We investigated the relationship between visual acuity (VA) and glycosylated hemoglobin, and the presentation and type of diabetic maculopathy retrospectively from 2000 to 2003. Data on 103 eyes of 75 patients were gathered. No statistically significant correlation was found between serum HbA1c...
Efficacy and safety of blue-light-filtering acrylic IOL (HMY) were assessed and proven from 3 months to 1 year of postoperative follow-up in a clinical study performed on 80 eyes of 45 patients. Postoperative corrected visual acuity of all the eyes was 6/12 or better and 78.8% of them achieved...
We retrospectively evaluated the effectiveness of intravitreal triamciolone in treating 19 eyes with macular edema related to branch retinal vein occlusion (BRVO).
We evaluated the diagnostic ability of various diagnostic tools to detect glaucomatous damage in 101 normal eyes and 102 glaucomatous eyes. Mikelberg’s linear discriminant function (LDF) obtained the best sensitivity followed by our own four formulas. With respect to specificity, Burk’s LDF...
We evaluated the optic nerve head parameters measured by confocal scanning laser that discriminated between normal and glaucomatous subjects in 97 normal eyes and 94 glaucomatous eyes. Several different linear regression formulas can discriminate the presence of glaucomatous. The use of linear...
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